| Eclipse project backup [message #511025]
||Fri, 29 January 2010 15:13
Registered: July 2009
Thank you for reading my post .
I am currently working with an Eclipse Dynamic Web Project.
I want to regularly make backups of it.
I don't know how to proceed neatly and quickly - I mean,
I have thought about:
- creating a .war file; but I realised .java source files
were not inside of it,
- creating a .jar file but the directory architecture of
the project inside of it is somehow modified.
For example, if I have a .java file in a certain directory
in my project and the corresponding .class file elsewhere, what
I have in the .jar file is a directory containing both .java
and .class files...
When I want to "restore" the .jar in a brand new Dynamic Web
Project (using the File -> Import -> General -> Archive),
I have to do the necessary modifications (cf. supra) to
restore the original project architecture...
- I also considered making a .rar file out of my Eclipse
project... I don't know.
So, maybe... - most probably - what I do is not the proper way
to do things.
Can you advise me?
Thanks and all the best ,
[Updated on: Fri, 29 January 2010 15:16]
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